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The Top Albums of 2014: J.D. Swerzenski's take on the finest efforts of the year



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5. Spoon | They Want My Soul | Lorna Vista

It was fair to wonder if we'd ever get another Spoon record. Reaction to 2010's Transference was tepid at best and the band's key members appeared to be content in their various new projects. But come back they did, and with fire in their eyes at that. They Want My Soul is Spoon back in their lean, mean pop-song machine mode of the mid-2000s.


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